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Sunday, 25 August, 2002, 15:55 GMT 16:55 UK
In pictures: Notting Hill Children's Day
Two million partygoers are expected to flock to west London over the bank holiday weekend for the 2002 Notting Hill Carnival.

Europe's biggest street festival, it kicked off in a blaze of song and colour with Children's Day on Sunday.

Two-year-old Rebecca Carnegie from Harrow
A big grin for a big parade. Rebecca Carnegie joins in the fun

The Beeraahaar procession, Notting Hill Carnival
The blue and white glitz and glitter of the Beeraahaar procession was a favourite with the crowds

The Umoja parade, Notting Hill Carnival
The Umoja parade raised smiles

Michelle Harewood, left, and PC Nick Tungat
It's a very fair cop. Essex girl Michelle Harewood gets into the spirit with PC Nick Tungat

Caprice Ambersley, 14 months
Cheeky! Caprice Ambersley from Brixton gets a helping hand with her costume from mother Kelly

Shoshanna Taylor, 9, from Hackney
Nine-year-old Shoshanna gives it her all for the crowds


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